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Q: Dear Cody, what made you stay in Lawrence? After everything with your former employer and the current state of this community, why stay?
The Bourbon County prosecutor facing possible disbarment by the Kansas Supreme Court for misconduct in two high-profile trials tendered her resignation and pledged to retire at the end of June.
The lesser prairie chicken, a rare dancing grouse once abundant on the Great Plains, could benefit again soon from the protection of the U.S. government.
An attorney argued Thursday that his client was convicted based on a coroner’s junk science, aided by a natural human desire to hold someone accountable for the tragic death of a 9-month-old baby.
Let’s take a brief look at each evening’s film along with a few other short statements submitted by Free State Festival participants.
The Free State High School debate team of Ethan Harris and Aiden Basore took third place in the National Speech and Debate Association’s national tournament Thursday night.
Ottawa Police announced Thursday evening in a Facebook post that Aliyah Hardridge, a 15-year-old girl who had been missing for several days, has been located safe.
Investigators have reportedly determined that the cause of an overnight fire early last week in East Lawrence was incendiary, meaning it was set on purpose.
Jessica Brown, a teacher at Sunflower Elementary School in Lawrence, has turned a “magical” moment in her classroom into a self-published picture book to help kids with social-emotional learning.
After months of deliberation, the University of Kansas has decided not to adopt a Kansas Board of Regents policy that would have made it easier to terminate tenured faculty members for financial reasons in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The southbound lane of Emery Road near 9th Street will close on Wednesday and Thursday of next week, June 23 and 24.
In just 14 years of life, Nicholas Steven Parscale became a podcast host, a published author, and an inspiration to many far older than him.
Community health care providers across Kansas will soon receive $900,000 in state grant funds to help with local COVID-19 vaccination efforts, Gov. Laura Kelly announced Tuesday.
Gov. Laura Kelly moved to place a larger imprint Wednesday on the Kansas Board of Regents by naming a retired railroad executive, a prominent educator and a former Republican legislator to the state’s higher education governance board.
A 15-year-old girl went for a walk in Ottawa Saturday afternoon, never came home, and her phone last pinged in Illinois, according to a Wednesday news release from police.
Is Lawrence in danger of being micro-sized? Will Lawrence be as cosmopolitan if it is less metropolitan?
At the Sunflower Music Festival, Grammy winner Libby Larsen is set to debut a new work celebrating the first four women to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, and Gov. Laura Kelly will narrate.
“You open the app and you’re pleasantly surprised that you’re able to identify as nonbinary, only to immediately be misgendered in the next step by being forced to be perceived as either a man or a woman to others,” Kimberly Lopez writes.
TOPEKA — The Kansas Department of Education plans to use a slice of $830 million […]
Working with animals, particularly dogs, has been Anthony Barnett’s life in Lawrence for two decades. Now, he wants to start a new venture he hopes will lead to more dog adoptions in Lawrence — a bar.
TOPEKA — Senate President Ty Masterson announced Tuesday that GOP legislative leaders would force an […]
Black Literature & Arts Collective of Kansas (B.L.A.C.K.) Lawrence will celebrate Juneteenth and the release of Tai Amri Spann-Ryan’s book of poetry on Friday.
Linda Fulton McKay, 2/15/1940 – 6/11/2021
Here’s the bestseller list for the Raven’s first full week of being open to browsing.